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Survivors have a story to tell. What happend in their lives, how they were able to change the outcome of their lives, and what resources may or may not have helped at the time. They may also share tidbits of what might have empowered them more so, had it existed at the time as well. This is their time to tell their story and share it with others, and perhaps serve as an inspiration to others who may be going through other similar situations. #Project1000000Voices is my efforts to provide a platform for as many voices as possible - especially those who are survivors!

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Her Story: "I started dating a guy in Dec 2012. He told me how his mother past away and his father was a drunk. How his ex was mean to him and everybody gave up on him. Me being a mother felt the need to protect him and show him I was always going to be there. We had a wedding ceremony on 5-4-13 and the abuse physical and mentally started. 5 weeks after that he got really drunk and became angry and extremely violent. On that night as I was trying to calm him down while driving down the road with my 8 year old son in the back seat he had a fit of rage and began to beat the windshield with his fist, then he reached across me and snatched the steering wheel out of my hand and down a 50 ft reven we went. I was cut out by jaws of life and airlifted to the nearest tram a hospital in alabama. When I got there... My advice is, I know your scared and I know what you have been threaten with but if you stand up for yourself in the right way and set your mind to it all things are possible. Call, report, don't hide it, tell everyone you know, get away, you can make it without them!" For more voices and ways to share your voice, also go to http://facebook.com/DomesticViolenceVoices. If you are interested in also sharing your story on my radio show, please submit your request to http://goo.gl/forms/rqo8jg28j1. You may also contact Cari at http://thejourneytochange.com or http://facebook.com/thejrny2chge. #Project1000000Voices
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First time I talked to Sherly, she told me that she had once been a teacher but hasn't been able to work FT in decades. She has had Lymphedema since in the early 90s. She has difficulty fulfilling her life, difficulty in transportation. She... more

This guest has been with us before, but today, she would like to talk about: "my Domestic Violence Survival story. This time I would like to tell the story, but include my fundraiser" as well. There are many legs of the journey we go as a... more

Amberlee is a single mother with 3 children under the age of 3, the oldest being diagnosed with Autism. Having been in an abusive relations for 5 years with her husband, he almost took their lives by strangling her and leaving them in a... more

Cari started her domestic violence journey at the age of 17, when she started dating an older man, had a child out of wedlock and later married him. The abuse left her for dead in a pile of ants. When she was found, she had 4 days of... more

In September 2014, a group of lymphedema advocates converged upon the Capitol Hill to talk to the US House of Represenatives and Senators about the Lymphedema Treatment Act, as well as had a Congressional Hearing to... more

Sharing Her Story, Cat states: "I grew up in a violent household. One image that has stuck with me was when he hit her over the head with a bottle. My mom never really speaks about what happened and she never left her situation. As... more

Amberlee is a single mother with 3 children under the age of 3, the oldest being diagnosed with Autism. Having been in an abusive relations for 5 years with her husband, he almost took their lives by strangling her and leaving them in a... more

This is a male survivor of abuse (disabled, autistic himself, a stroke survivor, on oxygen) with an austic child (who is also diagnosed with dysgraphia, gastrointestinal issues, and a mood disorder). The abuse stems from partner... more

On May 8, 2010, I originally interviewed Laurie Allen. Please join us as we relive that show. "Unbelievable turn of circumstances is a great way to describe Laurie who will be talking to us today. I have been enjoying getting to know Laurie and... more
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